Thrash A.D. E.P.

Draghoria are a thrash metal band from the USA formed in 2013, releasing their debut album 'Portal To Extinction' in 2016. The bands original singer then left, and Draghoria released three songs from their debut album in 2017, with the new line-up. This release was the E.P. 'Portal To Extinction'. A second three song E.P. 'Thrash A.D.' was released in 2019.    
Did old school thrash metal ever go out of fashion? For me, no...and it never will. With albums from old school thrashers Flotsam And Jetsam, Exumer and Death Angel already out this year, with coming releases from Testament, Megadeth and Sodom, here is a blistering three song E.P. from a relatively new band, Draghoria. With six years performing behind them, Draghoria deliver fast paced, aggressive and in your face thrash metal that will delight and excite fans of the aforementioned bands.    
'Thrash A.D.' is an explosive and immediate E.P. that threatens to demolish and devastate anything that stands in its way. 'Dethroned' opens the E.P. in dynamic style, setting a scorching pace as it blazes a trail of fire across the land. 'Dethroned' is a tumultuous thunderstorm of aggression and brutality and will set your senses on fire as it races on by at break neck speed.    
Vigorous head banging is the only style to accompany this raucous and rampaging release, as Draghoria power on with 'Taste Of The Serpent'. Throwing NWOBHM nuances into the mix, 'Taste Of The Serpent' is faster and heavier than the opening salvo, delivering a smile inducing experience of the widest nature. Draghoria are gonna set the thrash metal genre alight with this latest effort, and I for one cannot wait to hear what will come next. Until then 'Thrash A.D.' (the song) is a fierce and feisty call to arms, rabble rousing, anthemic and all out thrash metal gem. If you don't already know their name, get to know it, Draghoria are on the road to somewhere special.    
Overall, a thunderously fast paced, all out thrash metal experience, full of aggression and brutality.    
Review By Iron Mathew Collins    
Reviewed For Vlad Promotion    
Review is also featured at Metal Gods TV